Harry Gordon Steel - Winchester, Kentucky


Adaptive reuse of an existing high-bay PEMB into a steel fabrication facility.  Project included the addition of reinforcing braced and moment frames, columns, and rail support beams to support multiple levels of new overhead and jib cranes.  A new loading dock was added.  Due to the existing site grades and parking an innovative ramp and recessed drive isle was developed for interior loading and delivery of material.


E.W. Brown Generating Station CO2 Capture

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The University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research (CAER) installed a CO2 Capture system at the E.W. Brown power generating station in Harrodsburg, Kentucky.  Brown + Kubican, PSC designed the foundation system (drilled piers to rock), slab and spill containment for the system. 


Eastern Kentucky Power Cooperative Truss Repairs

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Existing coal slurry pipe support trusses were surveyed for damage/deterioration, analyzed for strength and reinforced by Brown + Kubican, PSC.  Approximately 1000 linear feet of steel truss was repaired/strengthened.


Lexington Bluegrass Stockyards

Architect:  Nomi Design

Architect: Nomi Design

A new $16.0 M facility with 195,000 sq ft PEMB shelter and 45,000 sq ft sales building.  The sales building is of conventional, structural steel with gabled roof and interior mezzanine.  The clearstory roof structure is constructed of concealed, cold-formed steel framing overbuild and exposed architecturally exposed structural steel trusses.  The shelter building is a pre-engineered metal building with stone and clay base, scales, special highly textured no-slip concrete slabs, and shop/vet buildings.  The design was extreme fast-track with construction documents completed in 7 weeks from notice to proceed and 350 day construction schedule. 


Bluegrass Station Building 352


A new $11.2M facility with a 77,000 sq. ft hangar/maintenance area and 175,000 sq. ft concrete apron. The hangar is a pre-engineered metal building founded on shallow concrete spread footings with a 64,000    sq. ft hangar area and a two-story 13,000 sq. ft maintenance and conference area. The building is designed with large clear spans and openings for aircraft to enter the structure. The concrete slab for the apron and hangar is specially designed for aircraft loading and jet-fuel/heat resistant sealant.


Big Rapids Press Pit - Mt. Sterling, Kentucky

Contractor: M.P. Kelly

Contractor: M.P. Kelly


44’-0” by 22’-8” by 16 feet deep press pit with accessory trenches.